Xylanthrax

• (n.) Wood coal, or charcoal; -- so called in distinction from mineral coal.
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Xylanthrax

Xy·lan'thrax noun [ Greek xy`lon wood + ... coal.] Wood coal, or charcoal; -- so called in distinction from mineral coal .
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xylanthrax

xylanthrax Charcoal, a black or dark gray form of carbon, produced by heating wood or another organic substance in an enclosed space without air and is used as a fuel, as an absorbent, in smelting, in explosives, and by artists for drawing.
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